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bringing wares to Rochester

ITEC national exhibitors
bringing wares to Rochester

The cornerstone of ITEC is its ability to forge strategic alliances with internationally known service and manufacturing leaders in the high- tech industry. ITEC officials say dozens of technology companies have made the 29 ITEC markets their “Tour of America,” taking their product and service solutions to a projected 130,000 business professionals nationwide. The following companies are national ITEC exhibitors:
3Com Corp. 3Com has helped more than 45 million people gain access to critical information through high-speed networks. Designed to serve large enterprises, service providers, small offices and homes, 3Com products provide scalable architecture to meet the connectivity needs of today’s users.
With research and development on three continents, 3Com is one of the data-networking industry’s largest and fastest-growing companies. 3Com’s innovative manufacturing, marketing, sales and support simplify communication, optimize network reliability and protect customer investments. Whether they are implementing an intranet, leveraging the Internet or consolidating LAN-WAN technologies, for customers it all comes down to a system that is flexible, responsive, scalable, affordable and reliable. For further information, visit 3Com’s World Wide Web site at http://www.3Com.com, or call 1-800- NET-3COM.
Citrix Systems Inc. IS managers who are responsible for WAN and dial-up users need to see Citrix’s WinFrame. WinFrame, winner of numerous IS awards in recent years, enables IS professionals to deploy and update Windows applications that are executed on a centralized server. Citrix’s solution also includes thin client software that allows WAN, dial-up or Internet users to work at LAN-like speeds with any centralized client/server application.
In addition to live demonstrations on the exposition floor, Citrix is sponsoring two seminars. The first, “Fast Remote Computing for the Enterprise,” will explore the new paradigm of network-centric computing. A technology expert from Citrix will demonstrate high-speed remote computing over low-bandwidth connections, as well as how to deploy–in just minutes–mission-critical Windows applications to every telecommuter, mobile worker and/or branch office in your organization.
Citrix’s second seminar, “The Intranet for Windows,” teaches an innovative method of embedding existing Windows applications into any HTML Web page. The seminar will show how full-blown Windows applications can be deployed over the intranet/Internet without having to rewrite a single line of programming code.
Visit Citrix at booth 346.
Epson America Inc. Epson America will showcase the latest additions to its innovative product line, including its newest image, capture and output devices. Epson is uniquely positioned to offer award-winning peripherals to provide an integrated input/output solution.
Input devices include the Expression 636 color flatbed scanner line that starts for less than $800. Offering 600 dpi and 36-bit color, the Expression 636 has won many industry awards, including a Macworld four-star rating and a Computer Retail News recommended-buy rating. The PhotoPC and PhotoPC 500 digital cameras are another way to input color images into computers. For $399 and $499, respectively, both award- winning cameras offer 640 x 480 resolution, built-in flash and upgradeable memory. The PhotoPC 500 has improved optics and an optical LCD monitor available.
Output devices include the Epson Stylus Color line of ink-jet printers, which set the standard for photo-quality printing. At 1440 dpi, Epson’s printers provide outstanding detail, accurate flesh tones, smooth gradations of color and laser-like black text, all at fast print speeds. Epson is also showing high- performance LCD projectors, which exemplify Epson’s projector paradigm: smallest, lightest and brightest.
Konica Business Machines USA Inc. Konica Business Machines USA, the industry leader in digital copier/printer products, will showcase advanced solutions for stand-alone, distributed data center and office workgroup printing environments. Konica will introduce its Konica Distributed Document Production Architecture, featuring such products as the world’s first 50 ppm networked printer/copier, the Konica 7050 Workgroup Document System and the new 50 ppm Konica Force 50 Network Printing System.
Supporting multiple network environments and client operating systems, these powerful document producers offer unsurpassed productivity, reliability and value. Features include: 50 ppm document printing/copying, unlimited stackless duplex and set production with 3-position stapling, 3,650 sheets of paper online, Web-based remote printer management and printer installation utilities, banner-page printing and much more.
In addition, Konica will show advanced, multiple-function products such as the Konica 7410 copier/printer/fax for unsurpassed copy, print and fax functionality and reliability. Multiple options such as GDI, PCL5e, PCL5c/PostScript compatible interfaces and Class 1 (for PC faxing and receiving, PC printing and scanning) interfaces make this a powerful 12 ppm desktop multiple-function project.
Paradyne Corp. Paradyne, a pioneer in wide area network access, is an industry leader in developing and providing products and technologies that facilitate high-speed access to networks worldwide for communications, computing and information. Founded in 1969, Paradyne’s technology portfolio alone has more than 130 patents, 50 of which have been issued in just the last six years.
Paradyne will market its award-winning analog modem products, market leading CSU/DSU, digital-access products, an extensive array of frame relay and TDM (time division multiplexers) solutions, and the revolutionary new Digital Subscriber Line (xDSL) transmission technology to commercial end users, Internet service providers, frame relay service providers and network service providers.
With more than 30 years of experience in network access, Paradyne offers the latest information on how to get the most from your network with high-speed bandwidth and applications. Visit Paradyne’s technology seminars to learn how its frame relay solutions can optimize and control frame relay networks, or how its HotWire DSL technology can provide the ability to make and receive phone calls and access the Internet on the same line at the same time.
Paradyne–winner of three new product achievement awards at ComNet ’97, including Best of Show–will be in booth 337 at the Rochester ITEC.
–Information provided by the ITEC Expo


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